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BIOL 310 - Biology of Animals

4.00 credit hours
A study of the basic biology of animals with special emphasis on adaptive strategies and evolutionary relationships of the major groups. Areas investigated include, but are not confined to, diversity, function and evolution of animals. Laboratory introduces students to the extensive taxonomic diversity of animals and provides an introduction to animal morphology, particularly as it is used to infer evolutionary relationships within the group. Laboratory also involves field work studying local animals. Laboratory required.

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 230 .


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